Nguyễn Mạnh Linh is presenting his study on Piezo-Actuated Positioning.
Prof. Tạ Cao Minh and his colleagues in Hanoi.
Đoàn Văn Đức and his son.
Group photo in Tokyo.
Party and networking.
The first CABKV workshop was on held on February 19th, 2017. It was a videotelephony workshop attended by 27 researchers in Tokyo (Japan), Hanoi (Vietnam) and Quebec (Canada).
The invited speech was given by Dr. Đào Hữu Hùng. He graduated from the Department of Industrial Automation, Hanoi University of Science and Technology in 2007. Dr. Hùng introduced his research on computer vison and machine learning at FPT Japan where he has been working since 2016.
Besides the invited speech, the workshop was organized in two sessions as follows.
Session 1: Powe Electronics S1.1 Nguyễn Duy Đỉnh (Đại học Shibaura): Observer-based Control System for Dual-Active-Bridge DC/DC Converter S1.2 Nguyễn Văn Triết (Đại học Tokyo): Digital Control for Multi-mode Inverter in Digitial Grid Router S1.3 Nguyễn Phúc Khải (Đại học Shibaura): Heuristic optimization methods and applications in the electric power system. S1.4 Đoàn Văn Đức (Đại học Tokyo): Allocation of Wireless Power Transfer System for Electric Vehicle. Session 2: Control theory and Application S2.1 Nguyễn Mạnh Linh (Đại học Shibaura): Discrete Time Quasi Sliding Mode Control for Piezo-Actuated Positioning System: A Prescribed Performance Control Approach. S2.2 Nguyễn Bình Minh (Đại học Tokyo): Glocal Theory for Motion Control S2.3 Nguyễn Gia Minh Thảo (Đại học Waseda): A two-level control strategy with fuzzy logic for large-scale photovoltaic farms to support grid frequency regulation. S2.4 Nguyễn Minh Dũng (Đại học Tokyo): MEMS acoustic sensor for bridge health monitoring. Afer the workshop, everyone enjoyed a warm party for cheering friendship and networking. We hope to see each other in the next CABKV to share the new ideas and achievements.